Okay, Noah killed this session. I mean, look at him. We went down by the water, looked at the beautiful view, walked around, he put up with my requests, and he was consistently looking great the whole time.
The same as most guys, Noah wasn't exactly jumping for joy that his pictures were being taken, but he was still so easy to photograph, because he has this personality and look that doesn't need much help from the outside world to bring to life, which works well with my style of photography. I prefer to capture people as naturally as possible, so photographing Noah was a piece of cake. He simply walked around and put a smile on his face and there was a perfect shot. (His sister and mom did come along as well to keep him laughing at times though, which turned out beautifully in photos.)
I'm so glad I got to photograph this chapter in Noah's life. These photos are important to his mom, as senior photos are for most parents as these pictures usually represent the last year their child will be living with them, going to high school, and being as dependent on them as they have been for years.
Well, congratulations, Noah! You're doing great.